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Purple Heart Vet Kenneth Crawford Assaulted By Ohio Police


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52-year-old Kenneth Crawford reportedly breached a no-contact order involving his neighbor at the Harvest Foods grocery store in Connell, as stated by Chief Lee. During the investigation in the store’s parking lot, Crawford allegedly became agitated and attempted to leave, but responding officers prevented his departure and physically intervened by bringing him to the ground and handcuffing him as his behavior escalated verbally and physically. Crawford and Hanna assert that officers struck Crawford’s head with closed fists, leading to him being taken to the ground where he was handcuffed and initially detained. Video footage seems to support the couple’s claims against the arresting officers. Hanna mentions that Crawford suffered a dislocated shoulder and torn tendon, necessitating surgery, according to the pair. Crawford was taken to the hospital where he was informed that he was no longer under arrest and was given a citation for violating a no-contact order, obstructing justice, and resisting arrest. Hanna was cited for obstructing justice after being pulled to the ground for getting too close to the officers. In a phone conversation with Chief Lee, he did not acknowledge ‘excessive force’ or ‘brutality’ as contributing factors to the arrest, but the footage is being reviewed to ascertain if any misconduct took place. Hanna and Crawford intend to file a lawsuit against the city of Connell for ‘use of excessive force’ once the charges against them are resolved.


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